Graphic Design Specialist in Noodle Shoppe
Juni is a designer, photographer and writer who's work crosses many interdisciplinary artistic boundaries. She finds the most joy and passion for blending her design and artistic experiences as they often encompass an expressive hybrid of her creative skills and talents.
While her most notable professional work has been as Art Director for The New York Times and Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she most recently was a practicing designer and artist on an independent basis. She has a strong passion for humanitarian, environmental, and sustainable efforts, as well as a major interest in education and teaching in general, and how student and teacher experiences together can be directed and enhanced with the design of program components, solutions and outcomes. Her design strengths include implementing branding, developing narratives and initiatives, and putting in place wholistic creative processes to print and digital media in a variety of forms.
Having spent nearly 10 years living in New York and traveling to cities worldwide, she now currently splits her time between Chicago and her hometown of Milwaukee, where she lives on the shores of Lake Michigan.